The Committee of Forty-Eight: For a Conference of Americans
The Committee of Forty-Eight:
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For a Conference of Americans Who Are Equally Opposed to Reaction and Violent Revolution:
Its Purposes -- And the Reasons for It.
Published by The Committee of 48
New York City
No Date 
First pamphlet of the Committee of 48, a liberal political organization created by J.A.H. Hopkins of Morristown, New Jersey.
* "The Aims of the Committee" -- pg. 3.
* "The Reasons for the Committee" -- pp. 4-5.
* Selected list of Signers of the Call -- pp. 6-8.
Signers of the Call included Rush H. Limbaugh of Missouri, Carl D. Thompson of Illinois, Will Durant of New York, Frederic C. Howe of New York, Albert DeSilver of New York, and McAllister Coleman of New York, among dozens of others.
Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
As of August 2012, WorldCat shows one copy (New York Public Library). This pdf file created from another specimen in the Tim Davenport Collection.
Scanned by Tim Davenport, no copyright claimed.
Released to the public domain without restriction.